Who knew that growing celery could be so easy?! Today I am going to show you how you can take celery out of your own kitchen and place it right into your own garden or pot and grow your very own celery. It really is that simple! Once you taste freshly grown celery, it is hard to go back to store bought. This celery is super sweet, yes that is right…sweet! So are you ready to give it a try? Lets get started!
The first thing you want to do is cut off the end of your organic celery. You want to leave about 2 inches of the base and stalks so you have enough to cover in the soil.
Once cut you will have a flower like plant starter.
Now simply dig a hole in your soil that is about the same size as your celery plant starter. Place the celery base in the soil with the base side facing down into the soil.
Cover with enough soil to leave only the top exposed.
Water into the soil and watch it grow!
Here is what my plant looks like after only 1 week. The picture featured at the top of this post is my plant after 2 weeks.
This post is a work in progress. I will continue to post and update this post as my celery grows. It really is super easy to grow your very own celery. Are you up for the challenge? Happy gardening!
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